Looks like I can go down to 200 watts or 1800RPM and still have skimming (no bobbing up and down from the skimmer) and keep the chlorinator happy and not "low flow" alert.
I'm thinking of running this going forward as the go forward filtration speed.
The solar tap seems to stay open about 6 hours a day at this stage so these slow periods will be broken up by about 6 hours of 750 watt (2800RPM) running to get better efficiency out of my panels.
(Or I could really juice it up to a full 1500 watts and really get the water warm quick, but Im trying to use the epump to actually save money vs use its performance for yet more hedonism..... hedonism is so much more fin though!)
A couple of times a week Ill throw the barracuda g4 in for a morning to clean it up.
Theory being 24x7 skimming will keep the **** off the top better hence less **** on the bottom.